a deal the Borrower cuts with its Lenders where the Lenders agree to refrain from accelerating the debt for a limited period of time while the Borrower endeavors to get its act together. In a typical situation, Lenders might agree not to exercise remedies while giving the Borrower time, beyond any available Cure Period, to improve performance, find a new financing source or otherwise agree upon an appropriate Amendment to the facility to reflect the new (and usually unpleasant) circumstances. The Lenders will want to make sure that other creditors (such as Bondholders) have similarly agreed not to exercise remedies during the same time period. The Lenders will typically seek to tighten various terms, such as demanding additional Collateral, increased pricing and stricter financial reporting, in exchange for their Forbearance.
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